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DeWine, state leaders announce $430M in coronavirus relief

DeWine, state leaders announce $430M in coronavirus relief

Barrett nomination advances to the U.S. Senate floor with a GOP-only...

WASHINGTON — Republicans on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, as...

Universities continue quarantine, testing protocols, as semester continues

Some public colleges throughout the state are balancing staying open with being part of high-incidence counties in the state. Random sampling and other testing...

Following strike, Ohio school districts’ new contract includes COVID-19 specific language

Teachers at one Ohio school returned to lessons this week after days of striking ended in a new contract, complete with specific COVID-19 language. Gahanna-Jefferson...

Local teachers union strikes over school COVID-19 plans

GAHANNA — A Franklin County teachers union voted to strike Tuesday in protest of the Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District’s hybrid learning model, created as...

With CARES Act funding drying up, Ohio joins nation in finding...

While child care centers are still in need of support to make it through the pandemic, Ohio was not alone in having to find...

Special education top of mind as pandemic learning continues

Special education teachers face their own challenges in the time of remote learning, even as hybrid models are beginning at K-12 schools throughout Ohio. Like...

Fraternal Order of Police, teachers, former law enforcement against armed teacher...

An organization representing more than 23,000 police officers, including school resource officers, says allowing teachers to bring guns to school under only a concealed...

Central Ohio school threatens strike over COVID-19 safety

Fears about teachers and school safety have taken one Ohio teacher's union to the brink of strike. The Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools Education Association said they...

Bill seeks to improve Holocaust understanding in Ohio

Most young Americans believe anti-Semitism exists in the United States today. Yet a striking number have little to no knowledge about the Holocaust. That is...
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